Beth Bradley


Beth joined Penn State Abington in 2016 and provides direction, oversight, and operational management for Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL).

As Director, Beth oversees student organization management and training/development, leadership - LEAD, service and civic engagement - SERVE, and campus-wide traditions such as Welcome Week(s), Involvement Fairs, Springfest, Casino Night. Beth advises the Student Government Association (SGA), works with off-campus housing, Lion Productions and LionShare Pantry and Market.

Beth serves as the liaison to Academic Affairs for co-curricular programs, develops policies and procedures, and coordinates co-curricular programs and services to promote the success and well-being of Penn State Abington students.

Tracy Reed

Assistant Director

Tracy Reed joined Penn State Abington in January 2003 and  supports students as they grow into impactful leaders.

As Assistant Director for SEAL, Tracy works with service and civic engagement - SERVE, and leadership initiatives - LEAD, and Lion Productions. She supports students in training and execution of their goals, provides them with an opportunity to serve and grow as part of MLK Day of Service, Nittany Service Days, and Alternative Spring Break; and facilitates and coordinates leadership experiences such as NSLS, Leadership Night, LEAD U and True Colors.

Tracy is a proud alum of Arcadia University and Grand Valley State University. Outside of Abington, she continues to be obsessed with lights and sound that started with her Lion Productions Team. You also might find her next to a campfire with a cup of hot cocoa in her hand.

Tracy looks forward to participating in your leadership journey.

Kate Brice

Coordinator, New Student Orientation & Transition Programs

Kate joined Penn State Abington in August 2015 as Coordinator of Student Programs, overseeing the student activities board and Lares Entertainment and Programming (LEAP) among other programming duties.

Kate started her current role as Coordinator of New Student Orientation and Transition Programs in July 2017. In this role, she plans and oversees New Student Orientation, Transfer Student Orientation, and assists with International Student Orientation. She also interviews, hires and trains Orientation Leaders to offer students a personal student connection as they transition from high school to Penn State Abington. She still co-advises Lares Entertainment and Programming.

In addition, Kate serves as the point-of-contact for students seeking off-campus housing resources.

Kate received a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies from West Chester University and a master's degree in Leadership from Rosemont College.

Charles Norman

Program Coordinator

Charles joined Penn State Abington in August 2018 as Coordinator of Student Programs where he advises the student activities board, Abington Campus Entertainment (ACE), among other programming duties. ACE organizes various student organization events that occur on campus. Events ACE produces include Casino Night, Grocery Bingo, and Java Hut. Charles also supervises the Programming Associate, who alongside ACE, plans and hosts Spring Fest; a week of social programs that occurs in April.

In addition to advising ACE and supervising the programming associate, Charles is responsible for the management of the student organization event process. With this responsibility, Charles assists student organizations with planning and hosting events.

Charles is a proud alumnus of the University of Pittsburgh–Bradford. He received a bachelor's degree in sports management in 2017. Charles also received a master's degree in Intercollegiate Athletics and Administration from the California University of Pennsylvania in 2018. In September 2019, Charles started working on his doctor of Education in Leadership for Organizations from Dayton University.

In his free time, Charles enjoys watching sports; football is his favorite. He is a die-hard Philadelphia Eagles fan. Charles enjoys politics and loves great political discussion. Charles travels to Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C., frequently and loves to spend time at the Smithsonian Museums.

Coordinator, Student Engagement

Frank joined Penn State Abington Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) in 2017. Committed to supporting students, staff, and faculty, Frank enjoys the challenge of higher education and wants to provide students with the resources and services he had when he was an undergraduate.

SEAL encompasses residence life, student activities and campus-wide programming, leadership development and service/civic engagement initiatives, student government, student organization management, and New Student Orientation and transition programs.

Frank supports all of these initiatives and supervises student support staff in the Lares Student Center. In addition, Frank serves as the co-chair of the Abington Campus Calendar Committee, which aims to build an exciting, educational, and engaging calendar of events for students. He is also the Finance Advisor for the student government and works with the Executive Board to ensure a seamless process.

Frank completed his Master of Education, Higher Education, a degree from Penn State in the spring of 2018. Prior to working at Penn State, Frank worked as a training specialist at a local website-building and marketing company.

Frank is a proud alum of West Chester University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in English. In his free time, he enjoys traveling and spending time with his two cats, two dogs, and three rabbits.